Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment

Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment

Media Coverage

A Voyage Along Trump’s Wall »

April 23, 2018

Rio Grande canoe trip organized by Stanford researcher Dan Reicher, reveals how border wall would change life and landscape.

By Nick Paumgarten, The New Yorker

Cars Threaten Climate Goals in Blue States »

April 17, 2018

Michael Wara discusses the reality of the transportation sector and meeting climate goals.

By Benjamin Storrow, Scientific America

Jeff Goodell: The Water Will Come »

April 16, 2018

Katharine Mach is mentioned.

MPR News

The 'new normal'? Sierra snow drought endures despite 'miracle' March »

April 16, 2018

Noah Diffenbaugh discusses some of the biggest questions surrounding climate change.

By Benjamin Spillman, Reno Gazette Journal

Let PG&E 'off the hook' for wildfire costs? If not, your utility bills could rise »

April 10, 2018

Michael Wara poses an important question concerning the the issue of liability of PG&E and the massive wildfires in California.

By Taryn Luna, The Sacramento Bee

EPA's Proposed Rollbacks of Mileage Standards Is a Terrible Idea »

April 6, 2018

Rob Jackson expresses his opinions on the EPA's proposed rollback of vehicle mileage standards.

By Rob Jackson, Scientific America

Rio Tinto, NASA and Mongolian goats: a most unlikely fashion story »

April 4, 2018

The Natural capital project is mentioned

By Marion Hume, Financial Review

Nonprofit Sues Zinke, Agency, Over California Pipeline Letter »

April 4, 2018

Newsha Ajami discusses the viability of a construction of a water pipeline near a national monument in California.

By Brad Kutner, Courthouse News Services

Beneath the Ice »

April 3, 2018

Jeremy Goldbogen comments on new video and photos of minke whales.

By Eric Holthaus, Grist

California Presents Unique Roadblock For Trump Administration Attempt To Roll Back Fuel Regulations »

April 2, 2018

Deborah Sivas comments on the legality of the Trump Administrations rollback of Obama-era fuel efficiency targets to California's push back of the Clean Air Act.

By Ben Bradford, Capital Public Radio

Californians are back to using about as much water as before the drought »

April 2, 2018

Newsha Ajami voices her opinions on the rise of water use by Californians after the call off of the drought emergency a year ago.

By Emily Guerin, KPCC

Bomb cyclone showed coal retirements could raise risks for grid, DOE says »

March 28, 2018

Michael Wara comments on a new report from the DOE's National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL).

By Peter Maloney, Utility Dive

Here's the strategy behind cities' lawsuits against Big Oil »

March 28, 2018

Michael Wara discusses the legality of the current California lawsuit against big oil companies seeking to make them pay for climate-related damages.

By Anne C. Mulkern, E&E News reporter, Climate Wire

How Snow Valley is Dealing With Climate Change »

March 25, 2018

Noah Diffenbaugh comments on climate change in relation to Snow Valley.

By Anthony Yanez, NBC Los Angeles

Spring storm does little to reverse California dry streak »

March 24, 2018

Noah Diffenbaugh is quoted on California's recent drought issues amidst a dry March.

By Dennis Romero, NBC News

Special Edition: Jeremy Bailenson on his most treasured book »

March 22, 2018

Jeremy Bailenson discusses his VR experience.

By Jeremy Bailenson, San Francisco Chronicle

Paul Ehrlich: 'Collapse of civilisation is a near certainty within decades' »

March 22, 2018

Paul Ehrlich discusses the future of civilization and its relationship of the natural world.

By Damian Carrington, The Guardian

In fossil fuels lawsuit, judge turns courtroom into classroom »

March 21, 2018

Michael Wara comments on the current lawsuit against big oil companies in relation to climate change.

By Sudhin Thanawala, The Christian Science Monitor

Yep, it’s nice rain — but it’s no ‘Miracle March,’ experts say »

March 21, 2018

Noah Diffenbaugh discusses the "ongoing trend” of Californian weather and how we must prepare for more dry periods.

By Peter Fimrite, San Francisco Chronicle

Court as class: Judge gets climate change lesson in oil suit »

March 21, 2018

Michael Wara is quoted on an ongoing lawsuit that accuse big oil companies of lying about global warming to protect their profits.

By Sudhin Thanawala, The Star

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